Tuesday, 30th November 2021
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15 Jun
The Community Court of Justice, Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) has fixed June 22 for hearing a suit challenging the Federal Government’s suspension of the operations of the microblogging platform, Twitter
14 Jun
As the suspension of Twitter gets into the second week, the Federal Government is yet to release conditions for the reversal of the indefinite suspension despite claiming to be in talks with the social media company.
13 Jun
Twitter co-founder and CEO Jack Dorsey Sunday said "the people of Nigeria will lead bitcoin" despite the Nigerian authorities clamp down on the trading of cryptocurrencies. Dorsey's take was a direct reaction to an oped written by NFL star Russell Okung in Bitcoin Magazine. Okung, a Nigerian descendant and self-acclaimed Bitcoin proponent, advised Nigeria to…
13 Jun
Well before the Federal Government announced the ban on the microblogging platform, Twitter, on Friday, June 4, 2021, its preference for heavy-handed and bellicose approach to public issues had become...
13 Jun
The Founder, Follow The Money, Hamzat Lawal, yesterday, disclosed that through Twitter, the accountability body had tracked government’s funds by blocking financial leakages to the tune of $113m.
12 Jun
Despite the ongoing face-off between social media giant Twitter and the Nigerian government, the co-founder and CEO of the platform Jack Dorsey tweeted the flag of the country, an apparent reference to the celebration of Democracy Day in the country. The tweet was published at 12 am Nigerian time on Saturday. 🇳🇬 — jack (@jack)…
11 Jun
The Federal Government says its directive that Over the Top (OTT) and social media platforms operating in the country must register and obtain a license to operate is in conformity with global trend.
11 Jun
The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohamed says Twitter is showing little enthusiasm toward the dialogue it initiated to resolve issues leading to the suspension of its operations.
11 Jun
The Federal Government has justified its action of indefinite suspension of Twitter by giving insights into the several attempts...
11 Jun
Furthermore, in seeking to over-regulate the media, the executive arm of government is indirectly straying into the province of the judicial arm of government, in seeking to impose fines
10 Jun
As part of its new move to regulate social media, the Federal Government has said Twitter, Facebook and other social media giants doing business in Nigeria must register in the country before being allowed to operate unhindered.
10 Jun
The Buhari-led Federal Government has lately been in the news for the wrong reasons—apart from for the predictable deadpan routine such as Professor Ben Ayade visiting to wave his new APC flag.


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Some stakeholders in the North have stressed the need for Nigerians to embrace the younger generation in their search for a new President.
6 mins ago
Surprisingly but truly, it is becoming rare nowadays to find any offspring of practising or retired bankers who wittingly opt to step into the shoes of their banker-parents.
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The Policy and Legal Advocacy Centre (PLAC), yesterday, warned that the clamour for more women participation in partisan politics should sacrificed on the altar of cost.
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11 mins ago
Institute of Public Analysts of Nigeria (IPAN) has revealed plans to address quality assurance of food and agro-allied products in the African Continental Free Trade Area...